1 march, hike, trudge, plod, slog, plough, tread, trek, walk, US mush:
I must have tramped across half of England looking for work.
Usually, tramp on or upon. See trample
, 1, below.
3 march, trudge, plod, slog, trek, hike, walk:
Every day we had to make the five-mile tramp into the village for water.
4 derelict, vagabond, vagrant, drifter, rover, gypsy, beachcomber, Brit dosser, down-and-out, Australian swagman, US hobo, bum, down-and-outer:
The police do not allow tramps to sleep in public parks.
5 step, tread, footfall, footstep:
She couldn't get to sleep until she heard her husband's tramp on the stair.